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  • A Defense Of Abortion By Judith Jarvis Thomson

    A Defense of Abortion is an article written by Judith Jarvis Thomson about the reasons why women that are pregnant have the right and should have ability to perform an abortion if they choose to do so. Judith gives reasons and examples to why women have the right to abort the fetus if they want to do so. I completely disagree with his arguments. I firmly believe that a fetus has just as much as a right to life, then the mother that is birthing the child. First off, we must define when exactly a…

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  • Effects Of Abortion On Pregnant Women

    Abortion is termination of pregnancy and it is mean the end of pregnancy . There are two types of abortion are spontaneous or induced. Spontaneous is known as miscarriage which means that the abortion happened automatically without surgery or planning by patient or doctors , while induced simply means termination of pregnancy which is planned because of medical reasons or personal reasons . Recently, the statistics showed on increase in the abortion rate year after year . Abortion is a danger…

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  • Equal Rights Amendment Pros And Cons

    The Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, was purposed to create equality for minorities and women. Both sides of the debate used the argument of the effects on families. Thesis: The Equal Rights Amendment used family to support the amendment by stating that women should be treated equal to men in court over custody, while the side against the bill argued that changing the roles of women would do harm to the upbringing of children. Parham v. Hughes ruling declared that father’s of children without…

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  • Abortion In Jig's Hills Like White Elephants

    The setting of the story in “Hills Like White Elephants” dictates why the couple does not state what they are talking about. This story takes place in the 1920’s and during this time period abortion was seen as a sin. Since the setting of the story was set outside in a public place the couple could not openly discuss their predicament. If the setting of the story would have taken place in their home the couple would have discussed this without having to conceal what they were actually talking…

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  • Why Is Abortion Inhumane

    pregnancy by having an abortion. This has divided the world into two sides: “Pro-Life”, believing that having an abortion is an ‘inhumane action’ and “Pro-Choice”, believing that this ‘is a right for women’. While women have their own voice to stand up for them, who is standing up for the human being growing inside of her? Pro-Life should be the only choice because abortion is an ‘inhumane action’ that allows women to abuse their freedom of speech. Abortion is the cause for the lost of…

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  • Breyer's Argument Against Abortion

    In a historic ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States has overturned a Texas abortion law and declared it unconstitutional. The case was decided by a 5-3 vote on June 27 by the Supreme Court. The decision is expected to have repercussions throughout the country, as several states have similar laws that are currently being blocked or are in effect. The law had required clinics that provide abortions services to have surgical facilities and doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby…

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  • Social Justice Movements And Abortion

    Social justice movements fight wherever injustice and inequality exist. They are always ahead of the time they are born into, and that is why social justice movements have always shaped our world into a better one. One of this movements is the Pro-choice movement, or United States abortion-rights movement, which fight for the right of every women to have an elective, legal abortion. The most cited argument against…

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  • Thomson Defense Of Abortion Analysis

    It can be argued that even though protection was used with the purpose of preventing pregnancy, the act of intercourse alone gives implicit (tacit) consent to the fetus that would allow it to use the mother’s body and because the fetus had no choice of being in that particular woman’s womb, then the mother has a duty to sustain the fetus. Ross’ two prima facie duties mentioned above, fidelity and non-maleficence, agree with this argument because if tacit consent was given to the fetus, then it…

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  • Case Study: The Title X Family Planning Program

    that family planning and reproductive-health services are addressed to. As a part of the Public Health Service Act, it was enacted with bi-partisan support in 1970 and signed by President Nixon (Pro-Choice America). Chief co-sponsor, George H. W. Bush, was a key advocate for this legislation (Pro-Choice America). For over 40 years, this federal policy has provided cost-effective and high quality family planning and similar preventative health services for low-income men and women (Office of…

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  • Ernest Hemingway Living Through Shade Analysis

    realization the American man feels once he learned of his unborn child caused him to become shocked, which made him persuade Jig into getting an abortion. Hemingway never stated that the American man is shocked, but through his particular diction choice and the arrangement of the sentence, the American man’s true emotions became clear. He felt that if Jig were to follow through with the abortion, they could have a carefree life and continue to live within the shadow and hid within the shade.…

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